TOPIC: The Use of Natural Gas in Nigeria to Reduce Carbon Emissions
In a world where national energy policies increasingly demand that emissions of carbon dioxide and other greenhouse gases be minimized or eliminated, natural gas and pipeline and storage infrastructure play important roles. This is an online training course about these roles.
We investigate the potential for natural gas to serve as a transitional fuel that can be used instead of other, dirtier fossil fuels to cut carbon emissions. When handling natural gas substitutes made from renewable resources or by utilizing renewable energy, we also consider sources other than fossil fuels to define roles for the transportation and storage infrastructure.
Delivery Mode: E-Learning
Who Should Attend?
- Autogas vehicle Engineers
- Company Risk assessment officer
- Heavy-Duty LPG Fuel System Manufacturers
- Heavy-Duty Vehicle Manufacturers
- General Public / Consumers
- Fleet Managers
- Construction / Contractors
- Secondary Education
- Post-Secondary Education
- Light-Duty SVMs
- CNG Fuel System Integrators
- Autogas Fuel System Design Engineers
- Fuel System Installation Technicians
- Quality Assurance Teams
- Natural Gas Experts
- Outline the benefits and drawbacks of natural gas in comparison to other energy sources in a climate where low-carbon energy policies are in place.
- Determine how current natural gas transmission and storage infrastructure could be used to manage non-fossil energy.
- Pick the main arguments that a decarbonizing world makes natural gas superior to other fossil fuels.
- Differentiate between potential uses for natural gas in vehicular propulsion.
- Determine the factors that led to the use of natural gas as a shipping fuel.
- Recognize the differences between biogas and biomethane as well as their production processes.